GREEN BROOK — The Green Brook Swim Club Farmers Market continues throughout the summer, allowing shoppers to pick up Jersey Fresh produce and more. The weekly market is open every Thursday in the Green Brook Swim Club parking lot from 2-7 p.m. until Sept. 8.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – With the surge of social media and smartphones over the years, some believe that the Internet and computer programs have encouraged inactivity – but what if these technological advances could actually help a person lose weight?
RAHWAY — Earlier this year, LaFayette Lodge made a donation to Merchants and Drovers Tavern Museum Association. F. Alexander Shipley accepted it on the museum’s behalf and returned the favor in April by giving a great talk to the members of the lodge on Irving Street.
LINDEN – The Linden Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Club awards prizes to its members. Pat Hero is pictured above, receiving her prize from Library Director Dennis Purves.
ELIZABETH — Trinitas Regional Medical Center is one of just eight healthcare facilities in New Jersey to receive the American College of Surgeons National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).
LINDEN – On June 26, employees from Infineum’s Bayway Chemical Plant and Linden Business and Technology Center, along with family members and friends “Pulled for American Heroes.”
ELIZABETH – Five Union Vicinage probation division staff received awards from the Chief Probation Officers of New Jersey (CPONJ) at the R. J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton on July 20.
RAHWAY – Burger King® guests can help fight childhood cancers by giving $1 to The Jimmy Fund through the A Chance for Kids® program, starting July 25 through Sept. 5, at participating restaurants in ten states across the Northeast. Burger King at 1714 Route 1 South, Rahway, is among the locations collecting donations.
SOUTH AMBOY – In exchange for the ownership of a waterway that belonged to South Amboy, New Jersey turned over 4.3 acres of waterfront land. The agreement also calls for a deed restriction on 9.3 acres of beach and Portia Street to ensure ongoing public access to Raritan Bay.